The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 26, 1908 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California · Page 8

Bakersfield, California
Issue Date:
Saturday, December 26, 1908
Page 8
Start Free Trial

Tiiat Santa flans didn't i>.iy much attention (o di« money stringency. That there's plenty or nollday gifts still lofl for those who wll! nuikc ivturn gifts. That many who won 1 tun busy to K<> Christ- mu'i shopping wltl find ;i liundsotne line of Now Yojir'H glftu :it liner's Drift; Store. That a Gillette Sutc- ly Rnzor Outfit for $5 makes tho most suil- iitilo sift for most any of the utrner H<-X. That a Kn.l.ik or ii Fountain I'en make :i most opproprlati! railing gift for Nf-w Yi-at's Day. Leading Druggists Baer's Southern Hotel Block Announcement Sabbath Day In Extraordinary the Churches NAL CREST YOU WANT IT ! SOLO ONLY IN TINS Bakersfleld Grocery Co. Bakerafie-.d. Cal. Sole Agents Phone Main 186. 1717-1719 19th AUTOMOBILE FOR HIRE J. H. Jones Cartsr's Hotel, Marlcopa Bakersfield Garage, Bakersfleld. Main 142. Main 1260 Worship (Humn No. tlon. Script u re Anthem Prof. J. l''runclu Hrennan, the world's most cplebrata.i palmist and clairvoyant, bus arrive in the city and has of<en<><l an office tn the ORAND HOTEL, Cor. 20th Street and Chester Ave. Room 2. where he "an bo consulted on all attains of life. Prot, Fireqnnn ban no equal In ills profession. He stands alone, the prince of clalrvoyantB, and Is recognized by the press and public as the greatest mas- tar of the sclcnco of palmistry the world has over produced. Ho guarantees to reveal every Incident of your life; tell when, whom and where you will marry; tell you just what you are fitted for and how to obtain money yon are In need of. The happiness of your future life may depend npon the right solution and proper advice. The profeti'or makes no mUtakcH, and all his predictions are true, and he may be relied upon. You may wish to know If it is advisable to make a change In business, In love and In marriage. WHOM SHALL I MARRY? HOW OFTEN SHALL I MARRY? SHALL 1 KVER BE DIVORCED? DOES ANOTHER SHARE THE LOVE THAT RIGHTLY BELONGS TO ME? IF SO, WHO? IS MY DISEASE CURABLE? WHEN SHALL I LEAVE HERE? AM 1 LIABLE TO ACCIDENT? SHOULD I INVEST MY MONEY? IN WHAT SHALL I INVEST? HAVE i ANY ENEMIES? CAN I TRUST MY FRIENDS? IN WHAT TOWN OR STATE WOULD I BE MOST SUCCESSFUL? HOW C\N I SELL MY PROPERTY? The professor tells all these things, 'and many more. He is ever ready to help those with small capital to find a quick and anna Investment. If your business is unsuccessful, or If you afe in trouble of any kind, you shonld see this truly gifted medium at once. He has helped thousands on the road to success and he can and will help you. Ho not only tells you what your life | has been and will be, but also how to better your condition in every possible way. Thousands of people are failures today simply because they do not see these things for themselves or are not following the right trade or profession. Prof. Breunun has made a life study « :3 « P- "»., Y. P. b. U a,. of these things and ho Is now prepar- At 7:30 p. m. the chorus ,ed to show you how to make a thor- thirty voices will render ough success of your life. His fee Is musical program. The reasonable and within reach of all, Christ will be the theme both In song First Baptist Church. The Christmas service of the First Baptist church will be held Sunday! evening at 7:00. The large choir of' the church led by Mrs. Helen Thomas will sing and the pastor will preach a Christmas wrmon. Piano [irohidc. Call to Worship—Choir, "The Lord Is In His Holy Temple." Scripture. Prayer. in Song, The Nativity .">;! and No. 5S). congrega- Lesson,,Matthew 2:1-16. '.\rlsf and Shine for the Light to Conic." choir. Prayer. The Worship of i.od by Our Evening offering. Offertory, solo, "Once Again W Hall With Joy," Mrs. Helen Thomas. Announcement*. Trio—Male voices. Sermon, "The Coming of the King," the pastor. Anthem, "And There Were Shepherds," choir. Prayer, iv.sponse by choir. Hymn, "Joy to the World," (No. 51.) congregation. eBnedictlon, Mrr.on by choir. Piano Postludtv Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon theme, "A Call to tho Indolent." The,Sunday school will meet at ten o'clock, elapses for all. All boys between the iip'S or '2 and 16 inclusive, not now a member of a Sunday school class, are invite i to come with our very promising clans in charge of Mr. Word.' Tin- young men's class will meet in their class room at the usual hour, 10 a. in. Firght Congrgatlonal Church. SeventL'pnth street between Q and H. Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon theme, "New Year's Resolutions." The following special mulscal numbers will be rendered: Trio, "Christian the Morn Breaks Sweetly O'er Thee," (Mendelssohn),, Miss Bessie Harris and C. M. Puller. Chorus, "The Story of Old," (Plnsu- tl). Tenor solo, "O Love Divine," (Kevin), Roy E. Pathe. 2:30 p. m., Chinese Mission Sunday school. choir of a special Birth of BETTER LOOK OUT For A. 15. Herrinj*ton if you want Christmas souvenirs, 35c, 50c and 7f>c. Also gloves of all styles, fur topped and flpoee, lined. Plush Inp robes. $3.00 to $0.50, ffather and wool dusters, sponges chamois, soaps, oils and har- :i'.-ss dressing. 4. B. HEKRINGTOF and If he does not make you a reading that Is superior to any you have ever had he will positively refuse to accept any fee whatever. Office hours, 10 a. m., to 8 p. m. Sunday, 1 to 4 p. m. Lady attendance. "'hree reception rooms, so arranged that you meet no strangers. Perfect satisfaction by mall. Send $1, day and date of hlrth, for mall reading. SPECIAL— Prof. Brennan Is the only medium in the country who positively tells your full name; and he will fell It free of charge to all who t'ome prepared to take a reading. Capital furnished for business enterprises: partners found; property bonght and sold. etc. Remember the address, ('•rand Hotel, corner Twentieth and Chester avenue. Office located just at head of stairs. l ' and word. Japanese Mission. Christmas secrvice at the Japanese M. E. Mission, corner L and 17th streets, on Monday evening, December 28, nt 8 o'clock. The service will be In Japanese and English. A cor dial invitation is extended to all the friends of the Mission. We especially request the Japanese parents throughout the county to come and bring their children. Rev. T. Kltaza, wa. pastor; S. Takeda, treasurer; Lydiu B. Alplnnaly, superintendent, committee. German Lutheran 8er\-;es Sunday evening at 7:45 o'clock nt Oolilen Rule Hall, IGth and I streets All are welcome. Rev. Gnmow oi Visalia will preach. M. E. Church, South. Corner of Kith and H streets. Sun* day school at 10 a, m. We have two very fine young people's Bible Extraordinary Sale of Waists! One-Fourth One-Third One-Half off Regular Prices Every waist in our stock is offered at remarkable reductions— this sale is extraordiary because the waists are the prettiest, values the best and assortment the greatest in Bakersfleld. The very newest creations of messaline and taffeta silk, lace, net and linen waists. Some plainly tailored, others elaborately trimmed.. All on sale at Last Four Days of The Great Green Tag Sale When we first announced the Green Tag Sale it created much enthusiasm, which has continued from day to day. The garments we offered won the admiration of hundreds of women becatise of their high grade and up-to-date styles. OFF THE REGULAR PRICES Monday and the three.days following we offer the same stylish garments—broken sizes and limited qualities, it is true—AT A STILL SMALLER FRACTION of the regular price, in order to close them out before New Year. ALL OUR Women's Tailored Suits, Princess Dresses, Silk and Wool, Evening and OP era Coats, Women's Long and Short Coats. Carcal Cloth Coats, Misses and Children's Coats, Raincoats, Skirts and! Silk Petticoats, at ONE-FOURTH, ONE-THIRD AND ONE-HALF -OFF THE REGULAR PRICE Toys For Children You Overlooked at Christmas Perhaps during the last few days you have thought of a little child whose heart could be gladdened by the gift of an unexpected little toy or doll—who was perhaps overlooked at Christmas. Then do it for New Years—at Redlick's you will find the greatest selection. Tovs are sold here the yeitr round.' DIXON Undertakers, Funeral Successors to Mortop & Com RED OROM AMBULANOL SON I.* Attendant. 1414 19th Id *ht or Day, Main **> That Special Sale of Men's Now on! Suits YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR IS A Broken Line of Men's Suits and Overcoats for $9.75 Last Chance to Buy Men's $25 Suits For $11.85 ABOUT 100 SUITS LEFT TO BE SOLD BEFORE JANUARY 1, AT THIS REMARKABLY LOW PRICE. NEVER AGAIN WILL YOU HAVE SUCH A CHANCE TO BUY HIGH-GRADE, STYLISH SUITS AT LESS THAN HALF PRICE. SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW—THEN ACT QUICK. In keeping with our policy, never to carry any goods from one season into another, we've taken all our broken lines of Suits and Overcoats and reduced them to Nine-Beventy-Five. Suits that readily sold sold for $15, $16.50 and $18. In most of these Suits there is only one or two of oach style, but there are all sizes in the assortment. Browns, Grays, Stripes und mixed, also single and double breasted Black Thibets. Critici/.e and compare. You'll decide them the best value's over put out. Cor. 19th and I St. preaching at 11 u. in., subject, "How Men Ought to Behave Themselves in the Church of God." Epwcrth League at 6:30 p. m. and preaching at 7:HO, subject, "Why the el'rscmal Men." A. L PiKil Pastor. ^^ EXAMINATlffSET m THURSDAY Harry Barker, the waiter who wai arrested by Marshal McKamy for the burglary of William O. Lutz' drug store, was arraigned this morning before Justice of the Peace Black. Hl« preliminary examination waa set for December 31. He was held under frail of 11500, the failure to produce the same compelling the prisoner to still be confined In the Jail. While Barker claims that the Jewelry and other articles stolen from the store and found in his room by Marshal McKamy, were left there by a friend, the evidence against the waiter Is very strong. ^^ Oo to A. F. alfalfa seed. Stoner for first-class tf W. I. Tupninn is In from McKittrick for a few days. Everybody Buys Kern River Mills Flour H has the greatest demand of any flour made and ts used by all housewives who appreciate «ne flour. When you're paying out your money tot good flour, get U—and always ask for this brand. It will pay you to try this flour and to find out its thorough goodness. At all grocers. WE PAY Cor. 19th and I St. S.WISEKOPF rl THE BEST MEN'S STORE BANK » V MAIL ON ONE YEAR > TERM •••••. ,_ ON MONTHLY '° BALANCES' WE WELCOME accounts of any amount from $S.OO up. Currency may b« safely sent through the mail by registered letter, or remittance may be made by express money order, bank check or draft, which need not be registered. • LO*M «r« nude only on improved r»l *iUM or for bnUdin* ». f r PRON/IDENT J. M. HUNTE*. S...T ud MfT. . < US S«. Bdw*. U* A»«!M. C*L. We Lead. Others Follow EMPIRE THEATEE EBRITE & SON, Porps. High Class Vaudeville, Illustrated Sengs, and MotlMi Pictures Ma'lnee* on Saturday and Sunday, 2:30 p. m. Doors open at 7. Show begins at 7:30. Second performance, 9 (Continuous :wrfi»nnaac«) 1 Overture. "Wedding of the Wlnda." Mln E. H. Franck 2 "The Haunted Hotel" Helen 8oul« Co. 3 Illuitrated Song, "If You Were Mine." Paul Tonjet Jonei and Foster, Singing and Dancing Comedlane 5 Helen Soule Soubrette 6 Jones Zu|u Land Fred Cutter, Singing Comedian 8 Prof. De La Geneste Hypnotist 9 Motion Pictures "Humpty Dumpty Circus" 10 Elgth Massachusetts March—Finale PRICES: General Admission lOc Reserved Section 16c Reserved Seats 20c

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free